I may make mistakes, but my life is free of regrets. I live my life on my own terms. I make decisions that take full advantage of my time on Earth. I spend my time and energy on the things and people that are most important to me.
I live my life boldly and take risks when necessary to ensure that I am free of regret. I would prefer to make a bad choice or two than to regret the things I failed to do.
I have a list of things I want to do and places I want to see. Each day, I spend some time taking action to ensure that these things happen. Even a little step each day adds up over time.
I am making great progress on checking off the items on these lists. I am happy with my progress so far. When I think of the items on these lists, I feel excited and motivated.
If I happen to feel regret over something I have done, I examine the situation and determine why I feel regret. I avoid making a similar mistake in the future.
Once I have learned from a mistake, and done what I can to counter its effects, I refuse to dwell on that mistake for another second.
Today, I live my life to the best of my ability. I make decisions that minimize the likelihood of feeling regret. I live a life free of regret.
- What has been my greatest regret? Was it something I did or something I failed to do?
- Do I still allow my greatest regret to bother me? Why?
- What can I do to minimize my chances of feeling regret?